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    kew301
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:23 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Roast turkey
    sausage stuffing
    green beans
    creamed corn
    sweet potatoes
    cranberry relish
    salad
    yeast rolls
    pecan pie
    chocolate cake
    lws4049
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:45 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Only buy a created store bought holiday if you absolutely cannot boil water. You will get better every year if you start now with a small turkey. It's really easy. Forget all the fancy receipes and just roast a turkey with some chopped garlic and onion with broth in the pan. Follow the directions on the bag. You can do it. My mother was a terrible cook growing up. Sorry Mom! Everything was overcooked and dry! But I got my first Betty Crocker receipe book and went from there. Buy the other stuff frozen or canned, you can say you made the entire meal. And, ask the new hubby for help, give him three items to be responsible for, even if it's setting the table and cleaning the bathroom for the company! you can do it. icon_lol.gif
    Mama Cee Jay
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 2:13 pm
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    punk1 wrote:
    Thank you! That is my plan. I plan on making the cheesecakes, broccoli casserole and stuffing the day before and then putting it all in the oven before we leave. As for the turkey...I have a turkey roaster that I have had for almost two years and never used. I have let the family use it in the past to cook the holiday meals, but I have never used it myself. Since my honey works until around 2am, when she gets off I will put the turkey in the roaster and let it do its thing. Im thinking of injecting it with some kind of seasonings, and my father (who is a chef) told me to lift the skin of the turkey before I cook it and add some EVOO and seasonings. Im actually getting excited. I think we are going to get the grocery shopping done this evening!!


    I highly recommend this turkey method: Uncle Bill's Method for Cooking Turkey
    It sounds strange- but the turkey was terrific!
    windywood
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:03 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
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    My favorite holiday!

    Turkey (this year I'm trying a spatchcocked turkey.
    Bread stuffing (with sage, marjoram, thyme & poultry seasoning)
    mashed potatoes and giblet gravy
    yams candied in brown sugar and butter
    green bean casserole
    lime jello with pecans, diced celery & shredded carrots
    hot yeast rolls with butter and honey
    cranberry orange sauce
    pecan pie (with a little rum added) and vanilla ice cream
    Dad's pumpkin chiffon pie
    cookies
    See's candy

    Ohhhhh I love to just picture the table!

    lynnie #3
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:15 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    We always have:
    Appetizers:
    Shrimp Cocktail
    Cheese platter with 3 or 4 cheeses
    Cream cheese with pepper jelly
    Main Course:
    Turkey and stuffing and gravy
    Mashed potatoes
    Sweet potato casserole
    Chopped broccoli casserole
    White shoepeg corn
    Glazed carrots
    Turnips
    Creamed onions
    Cranberries and rolls
    Desserts:
    Pumpkin and apple and chocolate pie
    Bavarian apple torte
    itsweez
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:37 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thankgiving has always been a snap for me but I've become gluten intolerant, so this year will be a bit of a challenge for this gourmet! I'm splurging and getting a pasture raised turkey, smoking it and then finish it off in the oven. Sausage, apple & corn stuffing. Green bean casserole made gluten free of course. And I think I'll try Guy's stuffed sweet potatoes with the brown sugar and pecans. Gluten free pecan pie for dessert! Wish me luck! icon_cool.gif
    California Cook
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:19 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
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    We will have the following:
    Fried Turkey (injected w/garlic,butter & herbs)
    Baked Turkey (brined) with cornbread stuffing
    Southern Suffing (different from Turkey Stuffing)
    mashed potatoes
    giblet gravy
    sweet potatoes w/pecans
    fresh green beans w/walnuts, blue cheese
    creamed spinach in slow cooker
    Corn pudding
    cranberry jellow w/cr cheese & sour cream frosting
    olives & pickles
    rolls & butter
    an appropriate wine
    Dessert will be:
    Red Velvet Cake
    Apple Burritos
    Vanilla Ice Cream
    Thanksgiving Blend coffee/Starbucks


    Last edited by California Cook on Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:03 pm, edited 2 times in total
    Chef #1055874
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:44 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    we start out with snacks: assorted cheeses and meats
    then we have mini franks in real pastry. The next plate is broiled shrimp with garlic.
    Then we jump to dinner: turkey with giblet gravy.
    sausage stuffing, creamed onions, whipped sweet potatoes with crumble topping, garlic asparagus, and
    sometimes cauliflower au gratin. dessert is pumpkin pie with homemade whipped cream and/ or apple pie with ice cream.
    Next day, turkey dinner again. Third day is club sandwiches overloaded with turkey and bacon.
    Chef #777339
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:11 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am too controlling to let anyone cook this dinner, so I do it All Myself! LOL

    Turkey (stuffed)
    Stuffing (from scratch)
    Turkey breast
    Brussel sprouts
    cheese sauce
    corn
    mashed potatoes
    cranberry sauce
    stuffed sweet potatoes with marshmellows
    rolls
    greenbean cassarole
    gravey
    and of course pumpkin pie with fresh whipped cream
    xotlaughing
    Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:39 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Standing rib roast
    roasted potatoes
    gravy
    peas
    fresh fruit salad
    for desert? Anything you can put whipped cream on!
    Hope everyone enjoys their dinner and their day.
    punk1
    Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:54 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thank you so much that sounds great! I am definitely going to try that. I will take all the advice anyone wants to offer. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a bad cook, I've just never cooked for this many people.
    xotlaughing
    Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:23 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Best of luck! The food is good, but I think it is the company that really counts. Enjoy them all and have a wonderful day.
    Chef #Marjory
    Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:36 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    The most important part of my family's Thanksgiving is that everyone helps.
    Bob and Linda are the hosts.
    To start, Mara will bring pirogs, a Latvian treat, ham, onion and bacon cooked
    then stuffed into a homemade bread dough and baked, YUM
    Linda will have fresh veggies and dips, olives and pickles. Adam and Tangie will bring the best mashed potatoes. I make the turkey, stuffing and gravy. Gwen and James will bring homemade sweets. Linda's Mom will bring some kind of casserole or two or three.Bob will make an oyster stuffing and some roasted root vegetables.
    There will be wine and beer, and great conversations. We all then clean up
    and back to the table for more talk and nibbles.
    ddbaker7
    Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:14 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Ok so this menu is not for those watching the waistline:
    Turkey
    Stuffing with sausage
    Spiral sliced ham
    Collards
    Potato Salad
    Sweet potato casserole
    Corn pudding
    (mom insists on waayyy too many sweets but hey only once a yr...)
    Sour cream coconut cake
    IrishForever
    Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:18 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I would absolutely do it! My son lives in NYC and we were thinking about it. And as a former NY resident, we didn't have such options years ago. Go for it! This year everyone is coming to PA to celebrate. I even considered getting Wegman's prepared TG meal, but instead we're cutting back. I'll make a turkey breast as only 2 of us will be eating turkey. The others are vegetarians. Side dishes are easy and we're cutting back on how many we cook. Good luck and a very Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. icon_biggrin.gif
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